Microsoft Attacks Google with Holiday Cheer, #WindowsRage Continues

Here’s another clip rolled out by Microsoft to criticize Google’s Shopping service

By on December 6th, 2012 14:58 GMT

Microsoft rolled out the Scroogled campaign approximately one week ago, but the company continues to criticize Google on every occasion.

Although the #WindowsRage Twitter fiasco is still underway, Microsoft has just rolled out a new video to attack the Mountain View-based search giant. This time, with a holiday cheer.

“Instead of showing you the most relevant shopping search results for the video game you’re looking to buy your kid, Google Shopping now decides what to show you based partially on how much the merchant selling the product has paid them,” Microsoft said in a blog post.

“Merchants can literally pay to improve their chances to display their products higher than others inside of Google’s shopping “search,” even if it’s not less expensive for you. In that spirit, today we are releasing a new holiday themed animated video to help spread the word about what’s going on.”

Watch the clip below and let us know what you think using the comment box after the jump. And feel free to join the #WindowsRage party.

Microsoft continues its anti-Google campaign
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